Dr. Jay Clugston is an author on a new guideline published in Neurosurgery recommending that concussions be classified into five subtypes.
In The Conversation, Drs. Katharina Busl and Carolina Maciel weigh in on a new study suggesting that brain activity measured by EEG may provide a key indicator to predict a patient’s likelihood of recovering from an acute brain injury.
Dr. W. Christopher Fox was among a select group of physicians who discussed the importance of improving stroke outcomes with Florida lawmakers.
In a Q&A in Practical Neurology, Dr. Michael Jaffee addresses how treating sleep disorders can promote recovery following a traumatic brain injury.
Following the passing of actor Luke Perry due to stroke, Dr. Brian Hoh discusses the signs, risk factors and prevalence of stroke, and his hope for future research and care.
British physicians cycling for a cause visited the McKnight Brain Institute on the final leg of their attempt to tandem cycle the world in record time.
Dr. Jay Clugston co-authored an updated position statement by the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine on concussion in sport, underscoring the need for accurate diagnosis, active management and further research.
Novel spinal cord injury therapy put to the test.
Learn how neurosurgery chair Dr. Brian Hoh and his team are making an impact, from bench to bedside.
Blood tests measuring physiologic changes could someday be a great tool for neurologists and sports doctors in managing concussion.